May 12 - Best Services International Freight (BSI) has assisted the United Nations by handling the transport of 52 vehicles and 45 containers from China to Lebanon.
The consignment, which had a total volume of 5,017 cu m, was transported from an army base in Luzhou to Shanghai by barge, before being loaded onto a breakbulk vessel bound for Beirut.
BSI is a member of the Project Cargo Network (PCN) in Hong Kong.
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